An Urgent Appeal To Hindu Brothers & Sisters

via HK published on October 26, 2006

Dear Hindu brothers & Sisters,

There is a grave issue that has come up. The Government of India has set up a Commission to find possibility of granting SC/ST status to converted Muslims and Christians. This is a deep conspiracy to trigger widespread conversions on one hand and to provide converted Christians and Muslims with double benefits of minority and SC/ST. If brought into force, the decision could have a devastating effect on the Hindus of India.

The Commission has sought public opinion on this issue and Muslim and Christian groups are flooding the Commission’s office with letters, faxes and e-mails. The RSS has given a call to all countrymen to outnumber pro-reservation forces. Hence we all must write/e- mail the Chairman of the Commission as soon as possible. The last date of receiving public opinion is 31st October 2006. Please:


Write a mail to the Chairman of the Commission at:


[email protected]




To Member Secretary Ms. Asha Das at [email protected]


The postal address is “Member Secretary, NCRLM, Gate 30, II Floor,Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium New Delhi 110003


The Chairman’s postal address is 31, Aurangazeb Road New Delhi 110001.


The address of the Member secretary, a retired IAS officer of the rank of secretary to the Government of India is Mrs. Asha Das, D-297, Sarvodaya Enclave, G/F, New Delhi.





And register your unhappiness/ anger or any views before 31st October 2006.

Circulate this mail to as many people as possible.


Take a look at the sample letter below. If you are busy to compose a fresh letter, just copy + paste the sample on your e-mail compose window – fill up the required details and mail it on [email protected]





Justice (Retd.) Shri Rangnath Mishra ji

Chairman, National Commission for Religious and Linguistic Minorities

 31, Aurangazeb Road New Delhi 110001




We have come to know that you, through your Commission, are investigating into the matter of granting reservation to religious and linguistic minorities of the country in jobs, etc. We have also come to know that the issue before you in this regard also includes granting reservation to the people of Scheduled Castes and Other Socially and Economically Backward Classes of Hinduism who have converted to Islam and Christianity. We submit the following suggestions in this regard:


(1)   That under the constitution of India the people of Scheduled Castes belonging to Hinduism, have been granted reservation in jobs, Lok Sabha or State Assemblies on the grounds that these sections have been socially discriminated and treated as untouchables. Whereas, this type of discrimination and untouchability has never been reported in Islam and Christianity nor does it exists there today. Under these circumstances, there is certainly no need to grant any kind of reservation to any person belonging to Islam and Christianity in this country.


(2)   That the framers of the constitution of India had extensively deliberated upon the issue that you are deliberating today and had decided not to grant any kind of reservation to the people or sections belonging to Islam and Christianity and there are provisions in the constitution to grant reservation only to the Scheduled Castes or Sections belonging to Hinduism. These provisions are essential today also.


(3)   That the Commission for Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes has already deliberated upon this issue extensively and has already apprised the Central Government of its opinion requesting not to grant any kind of reservation to the converted Muslims and Christians.


(4)   If the converted Christians and Muslims are granted the status of Scheduled Castes, they will be eligible for double benefits of reservation as Scheduled Caste and as Minority – which will be unconstitutional.


(5)   That no kind of social discrimination is done against the converted Christians and Muslims in Islam and Christianity, nor are they treated untouchable. In such a situation, the converted Muslims and Christians should not be granted any kind of reservation. Otherwise, it will encourage conversion, which will not be in the interest of the country and it will be a severe injustice with the people of Scheduled castes belonging to Hinduism.


Therefore, keeping in view the spirit of Constitution of India, you are requested to kindly give your report to the Government against granting the status of Scheduled Caste to the converted people of  Islam and Christianity.









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